Pine Hollow Road Complete Streets Feasibility Study


Project background

The City of Concord was awarded a Caltrans Sustainable Transportation Planning Grant to conduct a Complete Streets Feasibility Study along Pine Hollow Road. This project was identified as a recommended project in the city’s 2016 Bicycle, Pedestrian and Safe Routes to Transit Plan. The corridor serves as an important connection between schools, parks, as well as residential and recreation areas within the cities of Concord and Clayton. 

The study will identify, evaluate, and recommend strategies to enhance bicycle and pedestrian safety and circulation, residential and school access, trail connectivity, and auto circulation along a 2.2-mile segment of Pine Hollow Road/Alberta Way from Clayton Valley Charter High School to Mount Diablo Elementary School. 

On March 9, 2021, the City Council approved a Task Order with Kimley-Horn to perform the feasibility study, which will include:

  • a robust public engagement process
  • detailed transportation analysis to develop design alternatives that incorporate Complete Streets elements
  • address bicycle and pedestrian improvements
  • improve accessibility to transit  Map 782_620

Project timeline

The overall study is expected to take 18 months to complete and includes the following phases:

  • April - September 2021: Background review and data collection
  • October 2021 - March 2022:  Develop and evaluate improvement options
  • April - August 2022:  Develop concept design and draft plan
  • September - October 2022:  Council presentations and final feasibility study

For more details about the project's timeline, please see Project Schedule.

 Stakeholder engagement

An advisory group has been formed and is comprised of key stakeholders including representatives from each of the five schools within the study area, staff from the Cities of Concord and Clayton, County Connection and Bike Concord.

On Monday, June 28, 2021, the Advisory Group participated in a kick-off meeting and walk audit of the study area to launch the public outreach phase.  

Additional community workshops will occur as the study progresses in the fall and next spring.